About your Search

20121108
20121116
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5
in the rapes of two teen-age girls in a wooded area behind a dale city shopping mall on halloween. paul ebert says dna linked thomas to 17 rapes in four states. thomas was arrested in march last year after authorities launched an aggressive media campaign with a website and billboards. someone thought thomas fit the rapist's profile and called police. dna confirmed the tip. >> if he changes his mind, the court may very well accept a plea in the future, but absent that we'll be going to trial irrespective of his wishes on january 14th. >> reporter: thomas faces up to life in prison if convicted. his attorney declined to comment. t. court records show aaron thomas is scheduled for a plea hearing in a loudoun county courtroom november 30th for a rape that occurred in leesburg in 2001. so far that date has not been changed. in the fox 5 newsroom, i'm wag ago. >>> the top american commander in afghanistan -- i'm paul wagner. >>> the top american commander in afghanistan now under investigation for allegedly having inappropriate relations with a woman at the top of the general petraeus scandal. >
help from the 9,000 residents of the city, too. keep your eyes open and your property secured. >> definitely going to beef up security around the home, not going to forget to lock doors, maybe lock them twice if i have to. >> reporter: thanks to the cooperative effort between the two departments investigators have also identified a 14-year- old who they say could be responsible for more than a dozen break-ins. they need more tips, though, and if you see anything or anyone suspicious, mount rainier police want to hear from you. their number is 301-985-6566. will, back to you. >>> let's stay in maryland now. in prince george's county a maryland state trooper was hurt after being hit by a stolen car this morning in college park. the trooper was trying to stop the car when he was hit, only minor injuries. police later caught up with the stolen car and managed to get the driver. >>> new developments tonight in that whistleblower lawsuit filed by a d.c. police captain who claims he was demoted when testified about department policy on police escorts. a d.c. superior court judge rul
of the week or the weekend. tonight, we are dropping to 36 degrees in the city. we have known many places already below 32 degrees in the suburb. definitely a cold start tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon, almost the same opportunities we had today. 49 degrees. the only different is not quite as sunny for part of the day. we had some clouds that will be coming on through and the northeast winds will have to build autopsy little bit of cloud cover as we. a chilly start at 8:00 in the morning. 48 degrees. by noon, climbing to 46 degrees with a mix of clouds and sun and we keep that going into 4:00 with the temperature of 49 degrees. still trying to kept showers off the coast tomorrow. it will do a good job and then high pressure slides into place for our friday to give us a lot of sunshine. into the weekend, here is another coastal that developed, not the one tomorrow but a second one that will develop. we'll site it down in the aim region saturday and sunday. might get closer, might be stronger. we think it will probably affect eastern suburbs especially but we'll keep a chance of shower
alone with volunteer doctors and volunteer nurses. i haven't had any input from the city or the state so far. >> officials with the red cross today defended their work calling their operation in nearby belong island nearly flawless. >>> may cost you more to put thanksgiving dinner on the table this year. shawn yancy has your fox 5 top five. >> up first tonight the poplar soft drink that claims it can help make you thinner. no. 5, pepsi introducing a new fat blocking soda going on sale tuesday it. contains dextrin, a fibrin claimed to help reduce fat levels in the body. there's no word when or if it will come to the u.s. no. 4, moms to be who have the flu or prolonged fever may have an increased risk of giving birth to a child with autism. a study found children born to women who reported having the flu while pregnant were twice as likely to develop autism and three times as likely if their mom had a prolonged fever. no. 3, home depot is having its christmas light trade. in bring your old lights in and get coupons for l.e.d. string lights. the trade-in runs through wednesday. no. 2, than
there is gasoline rationing in new york city and long island. i'll explain how that's working after we look at what's going on. let's roll this. sanitation trucks are clearing piles of debris on staten island, this ighborhood a full mile from the ocean dealing with 12 feet of water, 12 feet, all across the region hundreds of thousands still freezing in the dark. millions of people, yes, got their power back after sandy tore through only to lose it again from the nor'easter. it dumped up to a foot of snow in some parts of new jersey alone. lots of stories of kindness and generosity, but you know what? a lot of these victims are frustrated wondering how they're going to go on. >> the reason the progress has slowed is because in the impacted areas you basically have to go building by building to make sure what buildings can take the power and what buildings can't take the power before you return power to that area. >> it is meticulous work indeed. so back to the gasoline rationing, drivers have been under a mandatory gas rationing situation since sandy hit 10 days ago restricting people to buying fuel
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)